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year brazil became the sixth largest economy in the world. but income and equality is a huge issue. about one in five people live below the poverty line. demonstrators are protesting in part against billions of dollars being funneled not into education or health care or other basic needs for the population, but into big spectacular events. into stadiums and if a sill advertise being built for brazil to host the world cup and the summer olympics. the cost to host the world cup is estimated to top $13 billion. the protests today around the stadium, this is brazil today a supposed day off from the protests. these have been incredibly dramatic. incredibly big protests. the main organizers say tomorrow is not the day off it will be the day to watch for when everybody should be expected to hit the streets. it's going to be a big news story tomorrow. watch it here. so what did you think of the house? it's got a great kitchen, but did you see the school rating? oh, you're right. hey babe, i got to go. bye daddy! ...but what about when my parents visit? ok. i just love this one... and it's
of things we need to be doing from top to bottom. imfwrags reform. working on our economy so there are more jobs in america and why we would do a detour for this which is not only wrong policy, but never going to become law is a good question. i know that all around the country republicans are trying to pass bills like this one. i can only assume it's trying to tee up a new case with the supreme court in the hopes that the rights of american women can be diminished. i can only gather, or guess, that this is really an attempt to appeal to a narrow base that is against rights for women in america. >> on the issue of the rape and incest exemption, that is not -- there was no rape or incest exemption when this went through the committee process. that was change by the republicans i understand. >> sort of. >> by their own design on friday. after they resisted that for a long time. that's what led to congressman franks saying what he did about low incidence of rape-caused pregnancy. seeing the fight over this, particularly in wisconsin, where the opponents of the bill there were so eloquent in ar
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)